Jean-Claude van Itallie

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Jean-Claude van Itallie (25 May 1936 – 9 September 2021) was a Belgian-born American playwright, performer, and theatre workshop teacher.[1] He was best known protesting against the Vietnam War and for writing America Hurrah; The Serpent and his translations of Anton Chekhov's plays.[2][3] He was born in Brussels, Belgium.

Van Itallie died in New York City on 9 September 2021 from pneumonia at the age of 85.[4]

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  1. "Jean-Claude van Itallie papers". Kent State University Libraries. Retrieved 23 July 2018.
  2. "Jean-Claude van Itallie: Broadway Playwright, Author, Acting Technique". Jean-Claude van Itallie. Retrieved 23 July 2018.
  3. van Itallie, Jean-Claude (2013). "Jean-Claude van Itallie: Autobiography". Contemporary Authors Online, Literature Resource Center. Detroit: Gale.
  4. Jean Claude van Itallie

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